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Valero Texas Open PGA Matchup Odds

There is one final PGA Tour stop before the first major of the season and that takes place this week in San Antonio at the Valero Texas Open. Rory McIlroy pegs it up for just third time at TPC San Antonio and does so as the betting favorite in the outright market and the only player with shorter than 10/1 odds on the opener. The top of the odds board is stacked with big names looking to polish their game before heading to Augusta National for The Masters. Included in that group are Jordan Spieth, Matthew Fitzpatrick, Hideki Matsuyama and Collin Morikawa, who all have shorter odds than defending champion Corey Conners, who won last year for the second time in the last four playings. Visit for updated tournament matchup odds when you’re ready to place a wager.

Valero Texas Open Matchup Odds

Rory McIlroy -134 vs. Ludvig Aberg +112

Collin Morikawa +106 vs. Hideki Matsuyama -127

Jordan Spieth -140 vs. Max Homa +117

Corey Conners -125 vs. Byeong Hun An +105

Matthew Fitzpatrick -134 vs. Tommy Fleetwood +112

Alex Noren -115 vs. Brian Harman -105

Russell Henley -110 vs. Harris English -110

Billy Horschel -120 vs. Adam Scott +100

Christiaan Bezuidenhout -127 vs. Tom Kim +106

Akshay Bhatia -110 vs. Keith Mitchell -110

Aaron Rai -110 vs. Beau Hossler -110

Maverick McNealy -110 vs. Denny McCarthy -110

Eric Cole -135 vs. Erik Van Rooyen +113

Rickie Fowler +100 vs. Victor Perez -120

Nicolai Hojgaard +100 vs. Lucas Glover -120

Andrew Putnam -110 vs. Adam Schenk -110

Austin Eckroat -115 vs. Patrick Rodgers -105

Brendon Todd -120 vs. Doug Ghim +100

Taylor Montgomery -105 vs. Sam Ryder -115

Lee Hodges +108 vs. Davis Thompson -129

Mark Hubbard +100 vs. Ben Griffin -120

Davis Riley +117 vs. Taylor Pendrith -140

Matt Kuchar -115 vs. Ryan Moore -105

Seamus Power -105 vs. Andrew Novak -115

Alejandro Tosti +110 vs. Ryan Fox -132

Matthias Schmid -110 vs. Adam Svensson -110

Charley Hoffman -127 vs. Jhonattan Vegas +106

Webb Simpson -110 vs. Joel Dahmen -110

Kevin Yu +100 vs. Chesson Hadley -120

Cameron Champ +107 vs. Ben Silverman -128

S.H. Kim -115 vs. C.T. Pan -105

Nate Lashley -128 vs. JJ Spaun +107

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Need to Know

The Oaks Course at TPC San Antonio has hosted since 2010. The lengthy 7,438-yard layout is forgiving off the tee allowing for big hitters to step up. The overall length and difficult par 5s tend to keep scores down while limiting eagle chances. Even with four par 5s the course has never averaged under par, but it appears to be getting easier for the pros with the four lowest winning scores on the Oaks Course all coming in the last five years. Conners set the course scoring record in 2019 at 20-under 268 and finished one swing better than the field last year with a 15-under. The track is exposed to the elements and winds in south Texas are notoriously strong. Also, if not already invited, a spot in the Masters is given to the winner upping the stakes slightly for those looking to don the green jacket.

Valero Texas Open Matchup Picks

Max Homa +117 vs. Jordan Spieth

I’m not too excited about either player right now with both having some difficulty. Spieth missed the cut in his last two starts while Homa has at least been able to stick around for the weekend, though his play at THE PLAYERS wasn’t to his liking. Max was chugging ahead prior to that with a T8 at the API his fourth top 20 in six starts. Homa is also more trustworthy with his putter and at plus odds I have to back the player with the better flat stick.

Corey Conners -125 vs. Byeong Hun An

Conners is somewhat of a folk hero at TPC San Antonio with an outstanding resume. It’s too bad he doesn’t play this course every week considering he’s 5 for 5 with a pair of wins, his only Tour victories to date. And he comes in on a little bit of a roll following a T18 at the API and T13 at THE PLAYERS. I rarely back a golfer priced this high since I’m always searching for value, but it’s hard not to like what Conners has done over 20 rounds on this course.

Aaron Rai -110 vs. Beau Hossler

He’s yet to win on the PGA Tour but Rai has multiple victories on the European circuit so he knows how to get the job done. He also appears to be a perfect fit for the course with his expert ball-striking and tee-to-green prowess. Staying out of trouble is key and Rai is good at avoiding big numbers. He’s coming off a T7 at Memorial Park and has finished among the top 30 in both starts at TPC San Antonio.

Alex Noren -115 vs. Brian Harman

No player has been as consistent as Noren over the past several months. He’s played the weekend in 12 consecutive starts with a T11 last week his third straight top 20 and fifth in his current streak. He ranks among the best on Tour in GIR and IS the best in scrambling helping him avoid crooked numbers. His debut in this tournament last year resulted in a T15.

Ludvig Aberg +112 vs. Rory McIlroy

I don’t always go against the favorite and when it’s McIlroy that can be deadly. However, Aberg has been solid since the fall going 7 for 7 this season and he got some well-deserved time off after debuting at THE PLAYERS with a solo eighth. And catching a player with solid form and no downside at plus odds is a bonus. Sure he has to beat one of the best in the world, but Rory has struggled by his standards and is looking to fine tune his game ahead of the Masters.

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